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March 19, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Charter Communications Inc. Treasurer Ralph Kelly resigned amid an internal review of the company's accounting practices and a federal investigation. Kelly is the fourth officer to leave since the company in August disclosed the U.S. investigation of whether it improperly accounted for subscribers and capital expenditures. Shares of St. Louis-based Charter fell 3 cents to 89 cents on Nasdaq.
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March 19, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Charter Communications Inc. Treasurer Ralph Kelly resigned amid an internal review of the company's accounting practices and a federal investigation. Kelly is the fourth officer to leave since the company in August disclosed the U.S. investigation of whether it improperly accounted for subscribers and capital expenditures. Shares of St. Louis-based Charter fell 3 cents to 89 cents on Nasdaq.
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BUSINESS
March 28, 2003
* HealthSouth Corp. moved closer to bankruptcy protection as lenders said the company defaulted on terms to borrow $1.25 billion. * Charter Communications Inc.'s treasurer has resigned, marking the latest high-profile departure from the cable television company as a federal grand jury probes its accounting practices. Ralph Kelly resigned March 14 "to pursue other career interests," the company said. * XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. said its fourth-quarter net loss widened to $155.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1989
A retired horse trainer was shot to death and his wife was wounded Sunday night after their son-in-law opened fire on the couple in their Imperial Beach home, authorities said. Robert (Buddy) Robinson, 68, of the 900 block of Elm Avenue was killed after Ralph Kelly Hawthorne, 35, entered Robinson's living room at 5:20 p.m. and opened fire with a semiautomatic pistol, sheriff's deputies said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1987 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Noisy all-night parties, illegal campfires and vandalism at three Mulholland Drive overlooks have prompted officials to crack down by towing and ticketing cars parked there after closing. "It used to be you'd come up here to lover's lane with your girl and a beer and the biggest problem would be a bottle on the ground. But now we've got gang graffiti and other hazards," said Joseph T.
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October 21, 1999 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
Thirty-three Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department employees were honored Wednesday for coming to the aid of more than 100 children evacuated from the North Valley Jewish Community Center after the Aug. 10 shooting that injured five people. The workers were recognized at an afternoon reception at the Sunland Recreation Center before the start of the Board of Recreation and Park Commission's regular meeting.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 1993 | NANCY CHURNIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In fairy tales, princesses who kiss frogs and beauties who love beasts rejoice when the creatures are transformed into charming princes. Now imagine a beauty who grieves when her bad beast turns into a nice young man and you get a whiff of the darkly humorous "Teibele and Her Demon."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1987 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
There was something vaguely familiar to Ralph Kelly about the scene that flickered across his living-room television screen. It was coverage of a news conference that showed a work crew laboring over trash alongside Mulholland Drive near Kelly's home, and it reminded him of a home video shot by his stepson. But there was one important difference. In the TV news report aired this week, workers were shown taking trash out of a ravine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 1987 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Vandals who ravage three mountain scenic overlooks on Mulholland Drive may leave a much larger mark on Studio City parkland than just spray-painted graffiti, the head of a state agency has warned. Rowdyism could force the closing both of the vista points and of hundreds of acres of nearby mountain parkland, said Joseph T. Edmiston, executive director of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.
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September 20, 1987 | JOE FASBINDER, United Press International
Ralph G. Kelly's task is a tough one: Reunite the "Hi Hatters" of Fighting Squadron 1 from the aircraft carrier Curtiss, which served in the Pacific during World War II. The effort to bring the "Hi Hatters," as the squadron's pilots and crew are known, is well under way, thanks in no small part to the help of anonymous postal workers across America.
NEWS
July 26, 1987 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, Times Staff Writer
One summer Thursday last year Bankruptcy Judge R. Glen Ayers stepped up to his bench in a San Antonio courtroom to begin working through his calendar for the day. The docket was 105 pages long and covered more than 300 cases. With hundreds of lawyers packed cheek-by-jowl into the immense room, Ayers worked furiously for two days to clear the docket in anticipation of the retirement of his one fellow judge and the arrival of a new, inexperienced partner. Ayers' effort had little lasting effect.
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